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now good morning reno." the race for the white house is heating up ahead of the nevada caucuses. how candidates in both parties are pushing for last minute support. and what does it take to keep the candidates safe when they come to town? a look at how local agencies coordinate the high profile visits. and police make an arrest in a deadly stabbing at a reno apartment. how police linked the suspect to the crime. thanks for joining us on good morning reno. i'm amanda sanchez
let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. a storm is on track to bring wind and then period of moderate to heavy sierra snow wed-thu with persistence in the timing of both precipitation/front wed ngt-thu morning. this includes previous forecast thinking regarding spillover into western nv and snow amounts confined mainly to foothills above 4800-5000 expected to begin increasing across the sierra ridges during the next several hours and become very strong by daybreak. mos impressive for strong
in the race for the white house... new polls show trump holding onto his commanding lead in south carolina where voters head to the polls in just a few days. and a nail biter in nevada where a new poll shows bernie sanders even with hillary clinton. here's abc's megan hughes with more. trump calls in on stephen colbert's "the late show"-- sot colbert: "i can think off the top of my head three things that you have said on air that, and this is true, cbs will not let me repeat"-- though he's vowed to clean up his dirty language, that doesn't mean he's playing nice. sot-trump: "bush, poor bush, he comes out i don't think donald trump can beat hillary clinton but i can. then why aren't you beating me, why aren't you beating me?" jeb bush sot: "i dont care what donald trump says... the guy is a complete loser." jeb bush making news
picture of his own gun?his name printed on the barrel. the new york daily news going after bush this morning-with the headline-dolt-45. the latest cnn/orc poll in south carolina shows bush, rubio and cruz all trailing. trump with a 16-point lead in the palmetto state. on the democratic side-hillary clinton with a nearly 20-point advantage. both candidates appeared on nevada public television last night- sanders sot: "you cannot ignore the impact of what wall street greed has done to this country and no state has been hit harder than in nevada." clinton sot: "i've spent a lot of time in nevada. it's one of the most diverse and exciting places in this in our country." tag: bernie sanders and hillary clinton are battling for minority voters in both states. in south carolina, african americans are expected to make up more than one half of the democratic vote. megan hughes, abc
a few of the g-o-p candidates will be in nevada next week. jeb bush will start his silver-state tour in las vegas on sunday. monday where he'll hold a town hall event at huffaker elementary school. if you'd like to go, you must register. and donald trump will speak at a rally at the nugget casino resort at noon on tuesday. the event is free and open to the public... however registration is encouraged. senator ted cruz is planning at least eight nevada. on monday, he'll rally in elko before heading to reno where he'll speak club of truckee meadows at 7 p.m. he then heads to carson city on tuesday. his wife, heidi, will be in reno today speaking at the washoe republican women's luncheon. as a swing state, candidates will be making stops in nevada throughout the year. so what does it take to keep them safe when they come to town? it takes a lot of coordination among local law enforcement. when a candidate schedules a visit, they contact secret service who then calls the local agencies-- sometimes weeks in advance to makes sure they get proper resources. reno police along with sparks p-d, washoe county and nevada
working around the clock to accommodate the secret service and the candidates. "tim: the secret service ranks each candidate by tier level. the higher the tier, the more security they need from local law enforcement." if you plan on attending any of the candidates' events... reno police are urging you to get there early and to bring as few belongings as possible. a silver springs man accused of killing his girlfriend's little boy back in 2010 is expected in court today. 23-year old cody wallace is charged with first degree murder. detectives believe wallace killed the 2- year old with blunt force trauma to his head. according to authorities, wallace had been alone with thomas when he called 9-1-1 to report that the boy had stopped breathing. thomas was taken to a reno trauma center for treatment, but later died. the carson city sheriff's office is asking for your help to find a woman who's been missing since last summer.
rebelez was released from jail last july. since her release, her family has not seen her, and don't know where she is. she's 5-foot-3 and 135 pounds. she has a visible tattoo of "june" on the right side of her neck. if you know anything about her wherabouts, you're urged to call the carson city sheriff's office. police have made an arrest in the murder of a man who was found stabbed to death in an apartment in reno. 32-year-old michael robbins is charged with open murder in the death of patrick drahos. robbins was originally arrested for driving a stolen car. during the course of the investigation... detectives got information that he was involved in the stabbing on malone avenue. when they interviewed him, detectives say robbins admitted to the murder. police are not looking for any additional suspects. ### a sparks man is facing child neglect charges after police say he fired a gun inside a home on keogh drive. gordon mellinger was arrested early yesterday morning. police say two women and two teenage girls
after police negotiated with him, mellinger finally came out of the home. police say he has a history of mental illness. fortunately no one inside the home was injured. nevada rancher cliven bundy will remain behind bars... after a judge said he was a danger to the community. a federal judge says bundy should stay behind bars because he's a danger to the community -and a risk for failing to show up for future court dates. today judge janice stewart ruled bundy shouldn't be released ahead of trial because "that is likely the last the government will see of him." bundy's charges stem from an armed 2014 standoff with federal officials trying to round up cattle grazing illegally near his ranch northeast of las vegas. bundy was arrested last week when he arrived in oregon to support his sons, who are accused of leading a weekslong occupation at a national wildlife refuge. #### it's only been days since supreme court justice antonin scalia's death... and already the political fight is
?will president obama be able to confirm a judge in his final year in office? and lindsey is talking wind today... and a new wind warning system is in place just in time. coming up, lindsey matherly will have your complete forecast. that's next on kolo 8 news now. "you're watching kolo 8 news dave lawrence, amanda sanchez and lindsey matherly
were clearly prohibted. "but with this enhanced system, it just gives an extra measure. an extra opportunity for truck drivers to be able to see and know that there are potentially dangerous wind conditions through washoe valley and to re-route their travel. the warning signs run along i-580 from the south reno area all the way through washoe valley to north carson city. they are activated when winds blow more than 35 miles per hour. a storm is on track to bring wind and then period of moderate to heavy sierra snow wed-thu with persistence in the timing of both precipitation/front wed ngt-thu morning. this includes previous forecast thinking regarding spillover into western nv and snow amounts and impacts being confined mainly to foothills above 4800-5000 feet. winds are expected to begin increasing across the sierra ridges during the next several hours and become very strong by
guidance remains impressive for strong southerly winds at area taf sites on wednesday and we have raised the winds a notch at most area terminals in the eastern sierra and far western nv where winds will be strongest from late morning to evening wednesday. no product updates this evening. do you like carrot cake? well how do carrot cake flavored hershey's kisses sound? here's america's money... good morning. topping "america's money"... a storm is on track to bring wind and then period of moderate to heavy sierra snow wed-thu with persistence in the timing of both precipitation/front wed ngt-thu morning. this includes
thinking regarding spillover into western nv and snow amounts and impacts being confined mainly to foothills above 4800-5000 feet. winds are expected to begin increasing across the sierra ridges during the next several hours and become very strong by wind and then period of moderate to heavy sierra snow wed-thu with persistence in the timing of both precipitation/front wed ngt-thu morning. this includes previous forecast thinking regarding spillover into western nv and snow amounts and impacts being confined mainly to foothills above 4800-5000 feet. winds are expected to begin increasing across the sierra ridges during the next several hours and become very strong by daybreak. mos
do you like carrot cake? well how do carrot cake flavored hershey's kisses sound? here's america's money... good morning. topping "america's money" -- commercial flights to cuba may start this fall. >> nearly every major u.s. airline plans to apply for them now that there's an agreement between the two countries. >> it allows for 110 daily flights to cuba's ten major airports. travelers will need to list a reason for their visit, other than tourism. beware what you're sprinkling on your pasta. the fda discovered lower quality cheeses and cellulose made from wood pulp in one brand of grated parmesan. >> that woo pulp is legal in small amounts. bloomberg found other brands had it in levels that exceeded
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senate. i expect them to hold hearings. i expect there to be a vote." but republicans remain dug in - insisting the next president should name scalia's replacement. the president today pointed out there is precedent for the senate confirming a justice during a president's final year in office. president reagans nominee, anthony kennedy was confirmed in february 1988. but kennedy's case is an unusual one. the vacancy came the previous year - in july 1987 when justice lewis powell resigned. reagan first nominated robert bork, who the senate rejected after a long, bitter debate. reagan then nominated the less-controversial kennedy in november 1987. the senate confirmed him three months later - 97 to 0. democrats say with 11 months left in obama's presidency, there's plenty of time to confirm a justice. that was jonathan karl reporting. president obama was asked if people should assume he'd nominate a moderate to replace scalia. the president said we
would nominate except that it would be someone who was well qualified. pope francis caps off his time in mexico today. he'll travel to the former "murder capital of the world" to visit mexico's northern border. he'll deliver one more of the world" to visit mexico's northern border. he'll deliver one more mass and is expected to pray for undocumented immigrants who have died trying to cross into the united states. and a scary moment for the pope yesterday. he was shaking hands with well-wishers when it appears someone pulled on his garment and pulled him over onto a child in a wheelchair. pope francis wasn't hurt, and he quickly scolded those who knocked him down. you know how frustrating it can be when your flight is delayed by a few hours. it can really alter your plans... but imagine if your flight landed a full 24 hours later. details of a nightmare flight that
weak system is possible friday night, before the ridge rebuilds over the west with warming temperatures into early next week. && .short term... winds... the next winter storm is moving into northern california early this morning. the frontal boundary, as of 4 am, is just off the california coast in the eastern pacific. preceding this storm, is an impressive jet with 700 mb winds around 70 mph. as this jet becomes transverse over the sierra, winds will increase this morning. mixing and downsloping conditions will allow the sierra front from just southeast of susanville apple is firing back after a judge ordered the company to help the f-b-i in its investigation of the san bernardino terror attack. as kolo 8 news now's matt vaughan explains ... the tech giant is now caught between respecting user privacy and national security.
syed farook, had an i- phone, which is now locked. the f-b-i says it's likely that farook's phone has vital information about isis ... and that's why they want apple's help unlocking it. and the company's c-e-o tim cook had a pretty strong response to the court order. ... the feds want apple to create and upload code to disable the lock feature on farook's phone. but cook argues that complying with the order would entail building a backdoor to the i-phone ... which could potentially render tens of millions of devices vulnerable. in a letter written by cook ... he suggests that creating a special software to bypass security features would be dangerous if it fell into the wrong hands because it would allow someone to unlock any i-phone. it goes on to say that while the company believes the f-b-i has good intentions ... it is not willing to undermine decades of security advancements that protect its customers. meanwhile ... i-phone owners have mixed reactions to the governments' order. "it's gonna give the government the right to go into everybody's phone either they're criminals or not, or you're just going along your business, the government
"if it's for an investigation i feel it's justified." the problem that the f- b-i is running into is that there are more than 10 thousand - four digit passcode possibilities. and apple's operating systems includes a feature that ... if enabled ... could wipe out all information on the phone after 10 failed attempts to input the passcode. which worries the f-b-i since the agency claims that the information on farook's phone could be vital to its investigation. in cook's letter he states his concern that the government will continue to use this tool after it's created ... despite the fact that the feds have suggested that it would
and speaking of apple ... the company is working on a fix for a peculiar bug that prevents some users' devices from restarting after they've changed the date to 1970. not sure why anyone would want to change the date on their phone to 1970... but users are advised to contact apple support in order to get their device running again. it's called the governors' accord for to contact apple support in order to get their device running again. it's called the governors' accord for a new energy future. how governor sandoval
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